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Boundless Libraries: A Look at the 2015 New Landmark Libraries
Tuesday, September 29, 2015,
3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT / 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PDT
Use them as prototypes for your next building project or treat them as think tanks for great design ideas that will support your library’s advancement, the 2015 New Landmark Libraries represent the best of what public libraries are today and provide a glimpse into the library of the future. The Landmarks, named by a team of 6 expert judges from a national pool, represent forward-thinking libraries that provide a gateway to learning, a public space open to all, and a place for discovery.
In this webcast, Traci Lesneski from MSR, Dennis Humphries and Ryan Wallace from Humphries Poli, Peter Bolek from Holzheimer Bolek + Meehan, Bradd Brown and Mindy Sorg from OPN Architects, and Janet Nelson from Demco will take an in-depth look at four of the 2015 landmark libraries which have revitalized neighborhoods, become new civic beacons, and catalyzed the creative economy through their innovative design.
The speakers will explore the beauty and the brains behind these buildings—what makes them amazing today and promising for tomorrow; resilient and deeply meaningful to the community they serve.
Traci Lesneski – Principal, MSR
Dennis Humphries – Principal, Humphries Poli Architects
Ryan Wallace AIA – Principal, Humphries Poli Architects
Peter Bolek – Principal, HBM Architects
Bradd Brown – Principal, OPN Architects
Mindy Sorg – Interior Designer, OPN Architects
Janet Nelson – Director of Library Engagement & Solutions, Demco
Emily Puckett Rodgers – Project Coordinator, New Landmark Libraries
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FREE 1-hour webcast event
September 29, 2015,
3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT /
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PT
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